Although the image is funny and we would probably make fun of a friend who sent us this, it is kind of fun to see how people react to the things we can make up using chat and text messages on our smartphones. Whales are awesome creators and super easy to make and share with… Continue reading Making a whale on your smartphone
Abomination: A thing that causes disgust or hatred. A feeling of hatred. In the world of geekness, there are few things held at higher levels in fiction than Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter. To butcher a couple of the most important lines and the characters normally associated… Continue reading Two geek abominations
We all wish to be a ninja, even if it was a mutant turtle version of the kind.
Wow, if you have yet to see this teenage boy profess his love for some girl named Emily, you need to watch it and then watch it again. At first, if you are honest, it makes you want to laugh as he quietly sings “Everything I Do, I Do for You”, sung originally by Canadian… Continue reading Thanks technology for helping make a video for Emily
There are certain financial events that seem to happen online instantaneously. When we buy something with a credit or debit card, it comes out of our balance immediately. When we purchase something with PayPal, it comes out of our balance within minutes. When we wire cash from one account to another, it takes no time… Continue reading A valid question about bank transfers
And just like that, he’s gone. In an unfortunate April Fool’s Day misunderstanding, Conan O’Brien did not buy Mashable from Pete Cashmore for $3500. Instead, he purchased a M.A.S.H. television show fan site. Before he did, he was able to come up with a new way for peopel to Tweet: [youtube]www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2d3jAoHias[/youtube] Here is his resignation… Continue reading O’Brien out at Mashable
Speed is relative. Internet speed is extremely relative, which is why Verizon has been touting the impressive speeds that their network is providing to users. The problem is that they may not be spreading the message as well as they would if they simply came out and gave us real numbers. That’s been the complaint… Continue reading Confused by what Verizon’s 4G LTE really means? Saturday Night Live is, too.
If you ask older people today, many would use phrases of disappointment akin to “weeping for the future” or “I don’t want to live on this planet anymore.” The perception of the future for the younger generation isn’t much different; cynicism is strong and our future doesn’t seem as bright as it once did. There… Continue reading 90s kids in 45 years
Last month, reports started circulating that Apple had lost another iPhone prototype in a bar. This time, it was an iPhone 5, the highly-anticipated next smartphone in the iPhone line. Comedian Conan O’Brien and his team put together a skit about Apple’s “response” to the person or people who currently have possession of the device.… Continue reading Apple wants its lost iPhone 5, by Conan O’Brien
Technophopia is not the fear of old dance music. It’s the fear of anything using advanced technologies, particularly computers. It’s not a huge problem – 85%-90% of people taking on a new job have some degree of technophopia – but it’s definitely something that shouldn’t be flamed or even encouraged… …except in this case. We’re… Continue reading It’s no wonder people are afraid of technology